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REMUDA Golf Course in Farr West Utah (Ogden Area)

Tee Times Equal Great Times!  801-731-7200  

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          Full 18 and Driving Range.  Designed by Keith Downs (1931-2003), the 18 holes at Remuda Golf Course saunter past gentle  fairways and shimmering water ways. The ever-present Rocky Mountain backdrop keeps guard as you calculate rise and run of  immaculate greens and strategically paced hazards.

          Consistently rated as a top three favorite in Northern Utah by local guests, Remuda boasts high end greens at a municipal value. White sand bunkers, elevated tees, and towering trees outline the flight path of your golf ball and give you a real sense of your abilities without punishing you for power drives and straight shots. A perfect place for your whole foursome!  


2600 W 3500 N

Farr West UT 84404


CRANE FIELD  Golf Course in Clinton Utah (Layton Area) 

Because You Deserve More Golf!  801-779-3800  



         Full 18 and Driving Range.  Have you played every course in Davis County? Crane Field is the new kid on the block you have yet to master. Situated in a classy Club Ivory Development in Clinton City, this 18 hole course is young and full of energy (and brand new to most golfers!) Be a part of this new and developing course and show your support for local golf recreation.

         Don't get overly relaxed by the greenery and wildlife at Crane Field. This course was not designed to steel your lunch, but you might get a little roughed up by the native wetland features and bunkers if you're not "on the ball." Oversized drivers are welcome, but remember the precision instruments are equally important. Come see our new greens, driving range, and clubhouse and take advantage of our low construction rates and discounts for Seniors, Juniors, Groups, and Military! 


3648 W Cranefield Rd.

Clinton UT 84015

*Course play may be closed due to inclement weather or snow in the winter months.*